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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THJ ItTHBRIDCB HERAID Tliunday, Novtmbsr 9, 197Z News In brief Aid for creditors sought EDMONTON (CP) A bill which would limit Hie liability of parsons whose credit cards arc lost or stolen was introduc- ed in the lejiislalurc Wednesday by Jub'an Koziak (PC-Edmon- The amendment to the Credit and Loan Agreement Act would absolve the card owner from any financial responsibility if the company involved is noti- fied orally or in writing the clay the card is lost or stolen. If the credit card thief makes purchases before the company is notified "within a reasonable time." the card owner would be liable lu a maximum ot However, if the card owner (toes not notify (lie company within a reasonable time, he would be liable for the maxi- mum amount of credit avail- able in his contract. The bill also would require any advertising of credit to con- tain the interest rate, the num- ber of payments and the down payment. Victoria feels quake VICTORIA rCTl An niilli trenio" was felt and recorded here Wcdncbclay nighl. The chief seismologist at the federal observatory on little Saanich Mountain, W11 liam Milne, said the tremor was recorded at p.m. PST. He said the centre appa'ent- ly was about 10 miles from here, either towards the east or towards Port Townsend, vYiisli or in I lie Gulf Inlands. Mr. Milne said it registered 2'2 or thvce on the ric.lv.ei1 sc.-ile, which he described as a level at which one would feel it but below the level at which damag; would result. The tremor was felt about 10 seconds. Residents reported ornaments shaking and (here was one report of a cracked wall. Book publishers to receive aid Indians make protest BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) Armed guards were posted at the federal building in Billings Wednesday after 30 Indians as- sembled outside the building. Frank La Mere, .1 spokesman Study planned EDMONTON (CP) A Uni- versity of Alberta professor will bead s sludy inlo the edu- cational and training needs of the mentally retarded in the province. Dr. Donald R. Cameron, a professor of educational psych- ology in the faculty of educa- tion, has been named chairman for the American Indian Move- ment, said the group -wanted to present a list of demands and complaints to the area director of the bureau of Indian affairs. The federal building houses I lie area director's office. of an education comm'ttee un- dertaking Ihc study, which will lake more than a year to com- plete. It will examine ciirricu'um development, teacher prepara- tion, present programs, future goals and legislative require- ments. Consul dies after bomb attack ZARAGOZA, Spain (Reute.r) French Consul Roger Tur died today after being badly burned in a bomb attack on his consulate last Thursday, hospi- tal officials reported. Tur, 67, received third-degree burns over much of his body in the attack. Tur was tied up by three youths who then set off a bomb in Ins office in this northeastern Spanish city. Three youths have been ar- rested and police identified them as members of a self- styled Maoist underground group. Suspect arson in plant fire EDMONTON (CP) A fire which caused an estimated 000 damage to a woodworking plant in Edmonton may have be worn killed nnd In- jured. DON'T MISS OUR 30th ANNIVERSARY BONANZA DAYS NOV. 7, 8 AND 9 -fc Enter your name for the free draws Free refreshments Movies -fa Prizes it New products on display GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coulti Highway, Lethbridge P.O. Box 1202 Phono 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COUKTESY OP A.MA All highways In Ihe Lclh-l Adequate snow lires or prop- briclgc district nrc bnrc mid dry I criy filled chains nrc manda- and in good winter driving con- dition. Banff rtndium highway had 1 inch ot new snow, plowed nnd sanded, snow moiling. All oilier highways in Ihc Cal- gfiry nrc bnvo nntl dry nnd In good winlcr driving con- dition. tory in Voho, Koolenay, Glacier nnd Mount Hcvclstoke National Parks, the Danff Jasper luph- wny nnd ski access ronds In lianff and J a s p e r National 1'nrks. Logan Pass closed. POnTS OF ENTRY (Opening nnrt Closing Coutls 21 hours; Carwny n.m. lo fi p.m.; Del Honiln 9 n.m, lo K p.m. llnoscville, H.C. 9 n.m. In n pm.: B.C.; 24 hours Porlhill ll.vkcrls S n.m lo midnight j Wildborje, 8 lo 5 p.m. Chief Mountain cln.wrt ;